Samsung D980 Duos is a mobile phone in the bar form factor. The phone's dimensions and weight are: 97.5 x 55 x 16.3 mm and 117g. The device is designed to operate on the following networks: GSM 900/1800/1900. It is necessary to note the presence of a digital camera 5.0 MP, microSD, GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps, Bluetooth v2.0, USB , WAP 2.0/xHTML, Predictive Text Input T9.
Paul over at Modaco forum has written a review on his new Sony Ericcson Xperia X1. Head over to Modaco forum to read his review of the Sony Ericsson Xperia
So there you have it, a catalogue of my thoughts on the X1. It's been very eagerly anticipated and now that it's here, it largely delivers (with a few caveats). There's a whole lot to love about the X1, but it does make me feel a little sad that a couple of (OK one?) niggle really overshadows my overall positive experience with the device. I've been asked the same question many times, and that is 'Which next-gen device'? Sitting in front of me now I have the Omnia, the Diamond, the Touch Pro, the X1 and i've also spent some time with the Treo Pro. For me, it's a choice between the Omnia and the X1... yes - i'd take the X1 over the Touch Pro. Wo without realising it, I guess i've declared that the X1 is at least the new king of the keyboarded device tree, even if I am having trouble choosing between it and the Omnia for the overall crown! I think the X1 will do well both here and over the pond and I am particularly interested to see how the additional brand kudos of Sony Ericsson helps drive sales in real retail channels (as I believe the Samsung name has helped shift a ton of Omnias). Having another big name on board the WinMo train is certainly a good thing. Hats off then to Sony Ericsson (and HTC?), you've done a good job guys but PLEASE... don't make such a hash of the controls for the X2...
Here are yet more new pictures of the Nokia N79
About Nokia N79
Nokia N79 is a multimedia phone with 5-megapixel camera, N-Gage gaming platform, 3.5mm jack, stereo speakers, stereo Bluetooth, FM transmitter and radio. It is a Symbian S60 smartphone with 2.4” display showing up to 16 million colors.
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Finally the Sony Ericsson C905 is out in Sweden! Now this is how a phone should look like! to shame that it isnt a smartphone
About Sony Ericsson C905
The C905 Cyber-shot is a HSDPA slider-format phone featuring a 8.1 megapixel camera with face detection, Xenon flash, auto focus, horizontal camera UI and illuminated icons for settings shortcuts. The C905 also features a 320x240 pixel 262K TFT QVGA display, 160MB internal memory, Wi-Fi, GPS and a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) server to connect to compatible devices.
The C905 is the first phone to feature Sony Ericsson's Project Capuchin bridging technology and belongs to the JP-8.4 sub-category which is differentiated from previous JP-8 sub-categories by including the Project Capuchin API.
25 10 2008
Posted by: Phat^Trance in Nokia, Nokia Apps (S60v3), Nokia S60v3 Themes
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About Nokia N95 8gb
The N95 8GB drastically increases the memory of the standard N95 but keeps its functionality, including quad-band GSM with UMTS/HSDPA, WiFi, GPS and 5-megapixel camera. It also increases the display size from 2.6 to 2.8 inches and redesigns the music keyboard not to be flat.
About Nokia N82
Nokia N82 is a high-end quad-band GSM cameraphone with 5-megapixel resolution, auto-focus, Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss lens. It features WiFi, GPS, microSD slot for memory and runs Symbian 9.2 S60.
Thx to Centrinos for the pics